|Ecological Census Techniques: A Handbook
||William J. Sutherland (Editor)
||Virtually any exercise in ecology will require some knowledge of the techniques for carrying out a census of population numbers. This practical text outlines clearly, with worked examples, the main techniques used by field ecologists to enumerate plants and animals.
|State Census Records
||Ann Smith Lainhart
||State censuses rank with federal censuses as a major genealogical resource, but, because they were taken randomly, remain a much under-utilized resource in American genealogy.
|Counting on the Census?: Race, Group Identity and the Evasion of Politics
||Skerry provides a skillful and very timely historicy of the various controversies involving the census and then lays out, and attemps to assess, the contemporary debate.
|American Census: A Social History
||Margo J. Anderson
||This work examines the "history of the American census . . . --how it was taken as well as an analysis of those . . . who made the decisions of how to gather, compile, and use the statistics. .